Keshjee' is an integration of several major calendars a set of 20's in vigesimal studies, in Mayan system plus as old as Olmecs period, "calendars' in some literatures mentioned that it migrated down the pacific coast, ??, Keshjee' has Venus calendars known as Big Star ceremonies in Navajo, Solar and Lunar calendar of 51/52 this is long known long count calendar rounds 354 - 365 = 11 is a ceremonial numbers
Need to figure out mathematical system of a Késhjee' , there are 8 holy Ké one side is south and north, counting system arrange in 6, 4, 4, 6 and 102 yucca leaf counter / based on 10 counting system, interesting folks
6446 = 20 a set of 20 base counting system?
4 + 6 = 10 / 6 + 4 = 10 is a set of 10, a 2 set of 10's = 20
4 x's 10 = 40 / 6 x's 10 = 60, 40 + 60 = 100 + 2 = 102 / 2??
Below is a 4 chance of Guessing the Tó łasht'oshi Ball, counting number adding or subtracting losing or not; common denominator is 6
4's stay in the middle in this number, where is the Késhjee' somewhere? Reading below is interesting with our relatives communication down south, find why the number 4 stays in the middle and 6 on the outside?
Written for "Nuit Isis", a metaphysical magazine from
Oxford England, August 1992.
"The ancient Maya tracked the morning star risings of Venus, which occur every 584 days. Venus was the centerpiece of Mayan cosmology and mythology. They created a framework of cycles for predicting the future morningstar risings of Venus - for centuries to come. With this system, they could also predict solstice and eclipse dates. The two cycles involved in this "calendar" system were the vague year of 365 days (the haab) and the sacred cycle of 260 days (the tzolkin). These two cycles synchronize with each other every 52 years, and this period of time was known as the Calendar Round. The Venus cycle fits in nicely with multiples of the Calendar Round, such that all three cycles synchronize once every 104 years (2 Calendar Rounds). This was the Venus Round, and the sacred day which began the Venus Round was known as the Sacred Day of Venus. From evidence in the Dresden Codex, one of the few surviving Mayan books, we know that 1 Ahau was the traditional Sacred Day of Venus for the Maya. Linguistically, the word Ahau means Lord, Sun, or Marksman, implying that the three cycles are "shot forth" from the sun on this day."
Shibahastł’ah ́ angle South and North
The Pythagoreans acknowledged number 6 to be the first perfect number.
In mathematics a perfect number is when all the numbers divisors (excluding the number itself) are added, the sum equals the number itself. 1+2+3=6
In addition when including the number itself and dividing by two the result is the number itself. (1+2+3+6)/2 = 6
Perfect numbers are rare. The Ancient Greeks recognized four perfect numbers: 6 – 28 – 496 – 8,128. Throughout history perfect numbers have fascinated mathematicians and more perfect numbers have been discovered.
“Six is a number perfect in itself, not because God created all things in six days; rather, the convert is true God created all things in six days because the number is perfect.” Saint Augustine (The City of God)